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The Pediatric Endocrinology Fellowship Program at MassGeneral Hospital for Children spans three years of training and prepares our fellows for careers as leaders in academic medicine and also clinical practice. The program includes a year of clinical training followed by two years of basic science, clinical, translational, community based or health policy research. Our program is structured to meet ACGME requirements for fellowship training.Learn more about the Endocrine Program:
We participate in the NRMP Matching Program in the (National Resident Matching Program) specifically in the Pediatric Subspecialty Fall Match (PSFM). To register, pleaseclick hereand scroll down to "Applicants" for instructions. We accept applications online electronically through the Electronic Residency Application Service. Please go to ‘Fellowship Applicants’ on the left menu for details.Applications should include the following documents:
First Year of Fellowship
The first year of fellowship is a year of clinical training and includes outpatient and inpatient responsibilities. In addition, fellows receive training in the six core competencies and are required to demonstrate proficiency in these competencies.
Second and Third Years
The second and third years of fellowship are primarily years of research training, which may include basic science, clinical, translational, genetic, community-based, epidemiology, or health policy research.
First Year Fellows
Second and Third Year Fellows
Second and third year fellows are responsible for a weekly continuity clinic and also share weekend inpatient call with the first year fellows.
First year fellows are expected to complete a short clinical research project within the clinical year, which may be a retrospective chart review, a cross-sectional study or a short prospective study.
The second and third years of fellowship are primarily years of research training, which may include basic science, clinical, translational, community based or health policy research. Fellows work with the Program Director and Division Chief to identify an appropriate mentor in their first year of fellowship. The research training experience includes developing, implementing and completing a hypothesis driven research project, and publishing one or more peer-reviewed first authored manuscripts (at least one manuscript or other ‘work-product’ is mandatory for completion of fellowship training).
Opportunities: Fellows have the opportunity to work in research labs of mentors within Massachusetts General Hospital, including those in the Adult Endocrine Unit and the Weight Center, and in other institutions affiliated to Harvard Medical School such as the Joslin Diabetes Center. Research mentors identify opportunities for fellows in training in grant writing, biostatistics, IRB submission, maintenance of protocol approval and scientific writing.
Potential Research Labs include (but are not limited to) the following:
Scholarship Oversight Committees meet semi-annually for each fellow to review ongoing research, and provide expertise, research and career guidance.
Thank you for your interest in the Pediatric Endocrine Fellowship at MassGeneral Hospital for Children. We accept applications online electronically through the Electronic Residency Application Service.Applications should include the following documents:
ERAS opens for applicants each year in June and programs receive applications in July. Applicants are encouraged to complete submissions by August 15th, which affords ample time for the program to review all applications and schedule personal interviews for competitive applicants. Interviews are held in September and October.
We also participate in the NRMP SMS Matching Program (National Resident Matching Program, Specialties Matching Service). To register, please seeinstructions for applicantsunder “Fellowship”
If you have any questions regarding our program or the application process, please feel free to contact Takara Stanley MD, Program Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org Nancy Radford, Fellowship Coordinator, at 617-726-5790 email@example.com.
MGHfC Endocrinology Fellowship
Fellowship Program DirectorTakara Stanley, MDP: 617-726-5790Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Associate Fellowship Program DirectorDeborah M. Mitchell MDP: 617-726-2909Email:email@example.com
Division ChiefMadhusmita Misra, MD, MPHP: 617-726-5790Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Program Manager, Pediatric FellowshipsAngela ByersP: 617-643-9730Email:email@example.com
Program CoordinatorNancy RadfordP: 617-726-5790Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please call Nancy Radford at 617-726-5790 with any questions.
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